Whoever deliberately goes against facts and regulations in civil and trials that are administrative render judgments that misuse regulations, so when the circumstances are severe, will be sentenced never to significantly more than 5 years of fixed-term imprisonment; plus in extremely severe circumstances, for around 5 years rather than significantly more than ten years of fixed-term imprisonment.
Judicial personnel who just simply simply take bribes and fold what the law states and commit the crimes mentioned in the 2 paragraphs that are preceding and meanwhile constituting the crimes mentioned in Article 385 of the legislation, will be convicted and penalized relative to the stipulations for a more substantial penalty.
Judicial work workers whom discharge without authority criminal activity suspects, accused individuals, or crooks from custody will be penalized with imprisonment or unlawful detention of lower than 5 years; or — for instances of a severe nature — with imprisonment of over 5 years much less than a decade; or — for situations of an exceptional severe nature — with imprisonment of over decade.
Judicial work workers whom, due to severe irresponsibility, result in the escape of crime suspects, accused individuals, or criminals from custody leading to serious effects, will probably be penalized with imprisonment or unlawful detention of less than 3 years; or — for situations causing extraordinary severe effects — with imprisonment of over 3 years much less than ten years.
Article 401. Judicial work workers whom, due to favoritism and malpractice, offer commutation, parole, or enforcement that is out-of-prison offenses that are not able to fulfill demands of these commutation, parole, or out-of-prison enforcement, will be penalized with imprisonment or unlawful detention of significantly less than 3 years; or — for situations of a critical nature — with imprisonment of over 3 years much less than seven years.